The WordWeaver has arrived to shower you with words of many kinds. WordWeaver loves to write words, say words, shout words, read words, hear words, see words, spell words, make words.....well,you get the idea.
Now where do you think a WordWeaver would live? If you guessed the library you are 100% correct! Every library has a WordWeaver hanging out around the shelves and nooks and crannies. People donâ€™t necessarily see her, but just where do you think all those books, tapes, cds, and movies come from?
If you like words this is the place for you. WordWeaver especially loves books and movies for kids from ages 7 - 12. Letâ€™s talk about some new books you might want to try.
I just read ALL OF THE ABOVE, a really good story based on facts about a group of students in a Cleveland school who worked together to build the worldâ€™s largest tetrahedron (isnâ€™t that a great word?).
How the effort affected each person involved in the project and their families makes a wonderful tale. It is written by Shelley Pearsall who lives in the Cleveland area and was a teacher in the school system.
P.S. If you donâ€™t know what the word tetrahedron means, look it up in the best word book in the world.....the dictionary. or ask a librarian for help.
Pirates! Mermaids! Danger! Donâ€™t those words make you want to find out what itâ€™s all about? Read ESCAPE FROM THE CARNIVALE: A NEVER LAND ADVENTURE by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. Exciting!